The best way to find a cheap flight ticket from Dublin to Manchester is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
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Of the 5 flights that leave Dublin for Manchester every day 5 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
|Average flight duration||1 h|
|Average plane ticket price||€44 (€44)|
|Airlines||Aer Lingus, Ryanair or British Airways|
Flights from Dublin to Manchester cover the 266 km long journey taking on average 1 h with our travel partners like Aer Lingus, Ryanair or British Airways. There are direct flight services available. You can get the cheapest plane tickets for this journey for as low as €26, but the average price of plane tickets is €44. Travellers depart most frequently from Dublin Airport and arrive in Manchester Airport.
For as little as €26 you can travel by flight from Dublin to Manchester with Ryanair and British Airways. Omio will show you the best deals, timetables and tickets available for this trip.
Ryanair is one of the biggest and most popular low-cost airlines in Europe, headquartered in Ireland. Hopping on a plane and flying to popular European destinations quickly and affordably is made easy with Ryanair. This budget airline is known for operating direct flights to smaller or secondary airports usually outside major cities to keep costs down. A Ryanair plane ticket to Manchester from Dublin includes allowance of one small personal bag; additional fees tend to apply for cabin baggage and checked baggage.
Airlines including Ryanair and Aer Lingus offer a number of services between Dublin and Manchester. Flight time is short, taking approximately an hour, with the first flight leaving Dublin at 6:20 a.m. Both Dublin and Manchester Airports are within easy reach of the city centres, and there are good train and bus links at both ends. Manchester Airport railway station is located between Terminals 1 and 2, and trains operated by Northern Rail and TransPennine Express connect it to Manchester Piccadilly Station and a number of other stations around northern England.
No visit to Dublin is complete without a tour of the Guinness Storehouse, where you can sample some Guinness, find out about its history, purchase souvenirs and enjoy panoramic views of the city. Dublin is also home to several great museums, though two of the best are arguably the National Gallery of Ireland, which houses a huge collection of European art, and the National Museum of Ireland, which will take you on an archaeological tour of the past.
Manchester is a lively modern city which is a perfect blend of old and new. You will find plenty of evidence of its industrial past as you wander around. Start in the city centre to combine a shopping trip at the old Corn Exchange with a visit to Manchester Art Gallery. Football fans should be sure to visit the iconic National Football Museum which has become hugely popular since its opening. The area around Manchester's docks, Salford Quays, is being rapidly developed and is well worth a visit.
Flights from Dublin to Manchester generally leave from Dublin Airport and arrive in Manchester Airport.
Dublin Airport is 15 km away from Dublin city centre and Manchester Airport is 15.3 km from Manchester city centre.
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